Roofing Inspection

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Inspection & Presale & Writeup

Getting on the roof is more than using a ladder and looking around.  We take great pride in the training of our Outside Sales Agents especially when it comes to roofing.

Without a great roof and a company to install one requires skill and experience.

Every roof can be different but the basics are the same.

Inspecting the roof is only the outer layer of the home.  Like a doctor sometimes what is shown on the outside doesn’t give you the full picture and x-rays may be needed to see what is going on on the inside.  This is why we get inside the attic.

In the attic, we are able to see if baffles are installed and if proper ventilation via the 1:150 or 1:300 rule applies based on the local codes.

We also inspect for any prior leaking, wood rot, unclogged soffit, and the list goes on.

We also take into consideration the framing of the home.  The ratio for proper ventilation for a balloon frame home is different than a home that is not a balloon framing.



After we discuss our findings with the customer we explain the many different roofing systems that can be applied to their home.

We educate the cost factor of the roof based on their square using the HomeWyse calculator.

We then write up the report and ask some follow-up questions.

We then do a bit of work and upload the project on Leads.ProDash.PRO


Quick Facts

the pre-close is done... now what?

The rest is up to your sales force to close the sale.

The pre-close and the contingent were signed by the customer that ProDash will find a reputable company to do the job.

1)  90% of the pre-closed sales end with a sale.

2)  Most of the work was already done via an explanation of the variety of roofing systems.

3)  Complete the project in detail was written so that you as a company can decide if you want the job or not.

NOTE: We will not include how many nails or how much to order or a list breakdown.  We are a lead-generating company, not your field manager.


Training Commentary of GAF

Further Explanation GAF